byPennypacker, Samuel W. (Samuel Whitaker), 1843-1916. cn
Anthony Wayne.--Congress hall.--The purchase of Louisiana.--George Washington in Pennsylvania.--Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.--German immigration.--The capture of Stony Point.--The Dutch patroons of Pennsylvania.--High water mark of the British invasion.--Matthew Stanley Quay.--The dedication of the capitol.--The Pennsylvania Dutchman and wherein he has excelled.--Johann Gottfried Sellig.--Sower and Beissel.--The war of the rebellion.--Gettysburg.--26th Pennsylvania emergency infantry.--The... Topic: Pennsylvania -- History
byEgle, William Henry, 1830-1901; Hollister, Isaac, b. 1750?
The first Indian massacre in the Valley of Wyoming, fifteenth October, 1763. A brief narration of the captivity of Isaac Hollister who was taken by the Indians, anno domini, 1763 / written by himself -- Glimpses of the history of Old Paxtang Church -- The private soldier of the Army of the Declaration Topic: Pennsylvania -- History
Indians. Teedyuscung. First settlement of Wilkes-Barre.--Old Forge. Early Methodism.--Coal; it antiquity. Discovery and early development in the Wyoming valley.--Sabbath-Sunday. Sunday legislation Topic: Pennsylvania -- History